HKEx CEO Charles Li said the exchange plans to build access to China and develop local commodity markets
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) chief executive Charles
Li has said the venue will become 'the global exchange in
Asia’ following the implementation of its plans to
build access to China and develop local commodity markets.
Speaking at FOW’s Derivatives World Asia
conference this morning, Li said the exchange was developing a
mutual market access model which will establish the platform as
a bridge between China and Hong Kong.
Still in development, the model will enable HKEx to offer 'a
universe of underlyings’ to traders and enable
China to open up its markets securely.
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